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New Zealand reliance on five countries for animal feed

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The covid-19 crisis and drought conditions have highlighted New Zealand agriculture's reliance on a handful of countries for feed to supplement its grass-fed system,...

International Agri Co-operatives Announce Dairy Animal Feed Joint Venture In China

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US based Land O'Lakes and Netherlands' Agrifirm have over 20 years of market experience in China. Two agri co-ops are starting a dairy animal feed...

Practical Amino Acid Balancing in Lactating Cattle & Buffaloes

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Introduction India ranks first in milk production and by the year 2022 it targets to achieve 172 MMT milk production at an annual growth rate...

Multitoxins- A Big Challenge for Dairy Industry

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India has the largest population of cattle and buffalo in the world and different source of feeds for its livestock. Mycotoxins have been detected...

First botanical additive authorized in EU

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The dry grape extract developed and commercialized by Nor-Feed becomes the 1st botanical sensory additive authorized for animal nutrition by the European Commission. Nor-Feed...

Feed industry honor to The Waterbase

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Indian shrimp feed manufacturer, farmer and processor The Waterbase has been awarded an honor for feed innovation by strategy consultants Frost & Sullivan. Frost &...

Fodder Production and its Marketing Network in India

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Livestock being a key source of supplementary income and livelihood, especially for small land holders and landless rural poor, plays an important role in...

Corn harvest report

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US corn harvest has started, though slow. The WASDE report in first week of September put the corn production in the world at 1028...

Feed Safety : a Priority or a Value

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The Hardware of Feed Safety Assurance Feed companies spend a lot of effort and money to control the safety of their products, in order to...

Damaged wheat crop use as animal feed

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From the heart of the U.S. big farm belt to Colombia, Vietnam and Indonesia, livestock producers are snapping up wheat damaged by bad weather...